Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COtJNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA Irvington Girl, Ottosen Youth Marry WORK ON FARM AND LIVE IN REMODELED BUS Irvington, Mar. 2—Kathryn Lu- Cile Wood and Ralph J. Leist drove to Fort Dodge Monday, February 21, and were married there at noon by Justice. Paul K Ma- Oarulle. The bride was dressed In black silk, with matching accessories. After the ceremony the couple came to the Herman Becker farm, where they are employed. Mrs. Lcist is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood, who have lived southeast of Irv- iiiKton nine years. She has one sister and two brothers married and other sisters and brothers still at, home. The .named MJC Mrs. Peter Welter, Lirennore; Glen, of St. Benedict; and Kenneth, of Wesley. Mrs. T.oint was rc- ^ently employed at Ralph Muck's, Algona. Mr. T.eist comes from Ottosen and has been employed by Mr. Becker before. The couple purchased a bus at Fort Dodge and it is now at the Becker farm, where an extension has been added, and it makes a co/.y home for the newly.veds. leiler from lOx-Alfronliui— UOP.S Robinson, ti'ow located near Redding, ('alii'.. recently wrote an interesting letter con-j corning the Shasta dam, which is i to be built on the Sacramento riv-' er, ten miles north of Redding. Work has already started on n ; quarler-mile tunnel for accommo- ; dation of » railroad to he used • while the dam is being built. Work ; Musical Program Will Be Given Soon at Good Hope Good Hope-, Mar. 2—Good Hope organizations are planning an entertainment to be presented soon which will interest community 'friends. A program, including re- •freshments, will be presented Fri- j day evening, March 11, and will | include musical numbers by Merit-ill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don \ •Moore, the Peters brothers, with i Parrs, who will be on the Mary Steinman farm, just vacated by the Earl Steinmnns. Mr. Parr has been working for the Ilormel packing company. The Steinmans •arc locating at Algona. COUPLE NEAR FENTON HAVE ANNIVERSARY j Wallace llawcott, Hurt, nephew iof R. 10. llawcott. with trombone i select ions. The performers all rate ! high as entertainers. On Wednesday, March 1(i, Good Hope men are scheduled to servo their annual public dinner. Two Couples to P. 31.— Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Reid accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook, 'Algona, to DCS Moines last week i Wednesday, the jvonicn to shop i and attend the theatre, he men | to attend a Golden Gloves boxing I tournament and get a touch of Icily life. The party returned ! Thursday. Fenton, Mar. 2—Mr. Martin Olescn, Haifa, their silver wedding Sunday at Mrs. Olcsen's parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Hen Mitchell's, Fenton. The jOlcscns were married February |27, 11)13, by the Rev. L. 0. Vlgdahl iat the Mitchell farm. They have .four children: Mrs. Rudy Chris- jtonsen; Arnold, Leona, and May- last I mml, at home. Dinner was served at noon, ef- , Alfred I'elersnns Move Here— • The Alfred Petersons, late of Algona are now on the former Geiffert Knock farm, which they own. Karl Kueek, brother of Mrs. Petersen, is farming the place, and has been batching. The Petersons will make it their home temporarily, having sold their house — . east. College street, Algona, to W.! » e '' sister Mrs. Robert G. McCullongh. They expect later i move to the Derscheid to build a smaller home at Algona for their own use. Meanwhile ter which a program was given: Other Good Hope. talks by the Rev. A. K. Gaard, Cyl- Thc W. I. Dodds family and j inder, and Olc Solberg and Sam- some friends of the young people: nel Olesen, Fenton; vocal duet, unexpectedly dropped in on the j Arlene and Marie Mitchell; guitar, Alfred Petersons last week Thurs- j Bertha Solberg and Anna Marie day evening to help them cole- Mitchell, brate their 35th wedding anniversary. Martha Madson on i Grove Friday for Meyers, Amos Flnnestad, Everett Dreyer, Shelby Welabrod, and Harry Widdel. After lunch the women spent the evening at bridge, Mrs. Theesfleld winning high, Mrs. Dreyer second. Training School is Held— Mesdames Francis Single, ('has. Osborn, Martin Wilbeig, Chris Godden, and Henry Looft, all of Seneca, and Mrs. Don Weisbrod attended a special Farm Bureau women's Seneca-Fenton training school nt Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod's last week Tuesday, and plans were j laid for an exhibit on Achievement ! day at Burt in April. and Mrs,! celebrated p. u. Womrn Study Jfcnts— A Farm Bureau woman's club meeting was held at Mrs. Carl Beck's Friday. The lesson was on canned, cured, and frozen meats, and was given by Irene Dunkelberg, Palo Alto II. D. A. Attending: Mesdames Derwoocl Kern, Melvln Mansagor, Paul Cornelius, Arthur Voigt, Ernest Voettlor, and W. P. Weisbrod. MRS, HIGLEY SR, WHITTEMORE PASSESSUNDAY Attending besides persons mentioned were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew went to Eagle ! Ole.son and Earl Christiansen, of a week, helping [Haifa; Andrew Olescn, Minnesota' Derscheid,!Mrs. Gaard, daughter Helen; Mr. homestead land Mrs. John Micklick, Thor; Mr. incar that town, left vacant last fall and Mrs. Olo Berkland, M:. and ibv the death of the elder Mr. Der-1 Mrs. Ole Solberg, Mr. and Mrs. An- mnkc a home for Karl. I'arrs (o Stcliunan Farm—• j Tom Reid went to Austin, Minn., j Monday to help move down the j household goods of the Nathan j .scheid. Mr. and Mrs. ,T. J. Cook, Algona and L. E. Maxwell, Dubuciue, were visitors at Tom Reid's Sunday evening. The later is a cousin of Mrs. Reid. they were ttoinc home from Algo- j Burlingame farm, was hurried to na. A rear wheel came off their; a physician early last week, after car and rolled into (he Chester | ono nanc ] ] laf ] - DGCn severely injured by a pumpjack. on the m-.iin project will gin I ill mid summer, ll is osti- miileil that more than 2,000 men will hp employed and that seven or eight, years will be required to complete the dam. All local men on relief arc- being given work, and several hundreds 'ire already a work 'in the tunnel. KCKS planted lino hills of I'niiitocs February 21, and ne rr.iioHs that gardra peas were already up. lie ills" says iluit in a rec-nn heavy r.iii- fornia storm larked pine trees were blown down by str.u.;ht winds. Selioby farm yard. William Bol- dridire Jr., who was driving kept j the car from going into the ditch I not be- anil managed to stop it. i Child's Apncmlix Ifemovcd— | Bobby, a-year-old son of Mr. j Victor Applogflto, of near j an emergency appcndoc- ! I the Ko^snlb hospital j morning. He was still | sick Tuesday. Mrs be former Martha liter of .Air. and :ind Mrs. T'.'irt. had ftioiny at Saturday <•] il ioally nlopito, I or. U a d Family Conies From Missouri— The Lawrence Thompsons, from Missouri, have moved to the farm recently vacated by the Blacks. Mr. Thompson is employed by W. 11 Frankl. . Ap- rot- Mrs. Other Irvinffton. JJirfl'dav S'ai-lv fur Tun— Mr. a'".! Mrs. .1. Sti veps entertained Sunday in honor of their son Ke:meil',, 0. ,ir.d IVlhert Blanchard. 7. who recentIv celelivat.-.'d bin inlay anni\ersaries. Oilier guests UY'.ro Deiben's pareniH ;!ivi brother. Mr. and Mr.-. Ndward Blancba.ril anil Gene, and an aunt. Mrs. Albert Thompson, T^ancrofl. with her children. S'liiil .Mnliivun (o Hospital— P.'iul Mullig'in. liancrofl. takr-n to lov.-a City MonMay ])firledl\i suffering from a blood disease. He is a. hroiher of Mrs. T. li. Frankl and M.i.--,r,H Mulligan hero, and for a lime lived in the house now occupied hy tiio S. M. .Inrduns. James -Brannan, Jackson, Minn., silent Saturday and Sunday with his aunt, Mrs. L. K. Colwell. The •Co!\vells called Sunday on the i Charles Raneys, Livermore. Mr. was j Haney, who was seriously sick a n >-iyear ago, the victim of high blood rare i pressure, is now much improved. Oran Hudson, who had been employed on the Ray McWhorter drew Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mansagor, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mitchell, their families, Mrs. Samuel Olesen, son Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tindcland, daughter Dar- leno, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Mit.chel?, son Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Long, daughter Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn. daughttr Norma Jeane, and Ben Me.]ing, Mr. and Mrs. Olescn wcrs presented with a purse an numerous other gifts. Bc.- Hi'jioHed Sick- IVliorl Conies Off Audi— The William P.ohlriiluo.s narrowly escaped injury Saturday whou Hail Iloai'd has gone to his homo in Minnesota to be witi Ir.s father, Jos. Hoaril, who is seriously sick. The Jos. Boards formerly lived in this vicinity. 1'Y.nnluuid Has Ora Peterson. Hand Wounded— employe at the farm, near Burt, has moved to the | Mr. and Mrs C Harry Chambers farm, near .Cor-' with, where he will be employed. Mrs. L. E. Cohvell and ' her daughter Doris drove to West Bend Saturday to attend fi show< r honoring Mrs. William Sehup- her, formerly Helen Burns. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanc-hard j Quilliuu' Hoc is Given— have moved to a. dairy farm near | Mrs. Alvin Zumacli entertained Lone Rock. 1 he George Johnsons at a quilling last week moved to a farm in the Doan and guests were neighborhood Tuesday. i Thoesfield Rav Sinne Moves »ar Fcntun— A Thilges family from St. Joe moved to the Henry Thcesfield farm; the Theesfields to a f-.irm vacated by Leo Stovons; the Stevens family to a farm vacated by the Arthur Juhls; the Juhls to the Ulcrick Juhl farm; the Clyde Airharts to a farm near Webster City; an Anderson family, from near Bancroft, to the larm vacnt- e,l by the Airharts. Joliii Muncii Ivis rented the farm recently occupied by the Earl Wallaces, and the Wallaces have moved to the farm vacated by Fred Swan; the Fred Kulows. to a place west of Fenton; Voigt will luive the Jensen farm vacated b; the Kulows; the Melvin Norlands to a farm east of Ringsted; and the George Charlsons, near Cylinder, have moved to a farm o\vned by the late C. M. Thompson. Thursday, Mesdames C. H. Stoeber, Vern on Kneecap Futind Frarfiired-- Edw. Ohm, who suffered a IPS Injury some weeks ago, had an x- ray picture taken, and it was found that the knee cap was cracked in three places. The leg was placed in a cast, and he Is resting much better, but it will be some weeks before he will bo able to walk again. Illmxl-rnisonliif; Patient Heller— Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp, Britt, spent several days at Herman Huskamp's last week. They had been at Estherville to see Mr. Huskamp's father, who has beon a patient at an Estherville hospital four weeks with blood-poisoning, but is now on the road to recovery. Attend Sliinvi'r at IVliittjMiiore- Mrs. Herman Gade and M; Emil Bierstedt attended a miscellaneous shower at a WhitteniT'c schoolhouse last week Wednesday honoring Leona Dreyer. who will become the bride of Alfred Meyer, Whittomore, this week Friday at the Algona Lutheran church. Six to Golden IVeildinp— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Strucckor daughters Eldora and Marie, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen, Bancroft, attended the iccont ::r>th wedding annivorsaiy celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strueck- er, Whittemore. at the Lutheran schoolhouso there. Kramers to Golden John Kramer, his childvei., and the Hans Baagos drove to I.ake- field, Minn., Sunday to attend the golden wedding of Mrs. Kroner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Xols Krogh. Mrs. Kramer, who had spent a week there, came home with her family. First fiirl for TlU'esfielrts— Mr. mid .Mrs. Earl Thee.sfield became parents of a 7-lb. daughter, Karen Joyce, Sunday at their home near Armstrong] Mrs. Thees- fiold is the former Daisy Simmons, and the family formerly lived near Fenton. This is child. els, and Moran, all of Whittemore, | West Mrs, Mlko ilesch, Fenton, Harvey '•• Mason Higley Jr., EmnietBburR, and Ray, i of Ledyard. Four brothers and Whittemore, Mar. 2 ael's parish mourns Sunday morning of member, Mrs. Harvey Higley Sr. She had had heart disease two five sisters also survive: Theodore and Anthony Oappa, Cylinder; Andrew, Emmelshiirg; Frank, Ayrshire; Mrs. Tom Ford and Men. i Marcus McOuster, .Whtltenioro; Mrs. Arnold Krnuse, Penton; Mrs. Fred Domek, Falrvllle; and Mr.s fit. Mich- Fred Bailey, Marshal], Minn, the death I Funeral services -were conducted a staunch at St. Michael's church Wednesday morning, the Rev. Father William Volt officiating, and burial wiw made In the Catholic cemetery side the grave of Mr. Higley. Mra. Higloy died at her ter Mrs. Mike Morgan's, where had lived since the death of lie- years. Mrs. Higley's maiden name was Catherine Gappa and she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gappa. She was born on a farm near Fairvillc June 10, 1882. and;Higley. lived practically all her life In; — — that vicinity. : Parly Honors ITctl Sfmoekcrs—. Marriage to Harvey Iliglcy took i A party Sunday evening honored place April 10, 1001, St. Michael's i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strticcker at Catholic church here, and they j the Lutheran schoolhoine, the oe- lived on their farm cast of Fair-icnslon being the 3Gth woOcl'iis' an- ville till a year ago, when her inivorsary of the honoree*. health became so poor that they [persons attending wore the Rev. retired and moved to Mason City, and Mrs. W. H. Dischor, Mr. and where they lived till Mr. Higley's i Mrs. H. W. Bchnke. Mr. and Mr.",. death at this last Christmas time.; P. L. Jessen, son Ralph, Mr. and Eleven children wore born to : Mrs Martin Meyor, Garner, sons Mr. and Mrs. Higley, but one died James, Edward., and David, Wcr- In infancy. The others are Mrs. j ner Struecker, Burt, the Vern Gen- Mike Morgan, Mrs. Harold McDon- riches, Worthlngton, Minn., the nell, Lillian, Helen, Lester, Fran- Lou Reinens and Margaret Braatz, New in Beauty an LONGER HOOD-BIG BUILT-IN LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT- Owners report 22 to 27 miles per gallon their, farm ri , Edwin tt> the piaci near Hetiwi to a p: Miller's. . oh they Attend MUlei g tijotie fr< ling tBe fune D. D. .Meyer, Mn*i 9 ll J* ' ,Miller,'and : you ll drive wil^, cedar,sw '-, Garner';-M THE NEWTHWrLxo^Biu Blum, Monti UB: Henry 'H r ls.; Mrs. Bi hardsvllle, V , Alberta G 3eorge Rhini Kelling, Golc r, Hardy; M ilson, {Websl . Walkner, TS. Andrew JdwJn 1 • Mart; Colwell,' Mi **;--"""^-- -//*m.*- ~*~ ::---::----^<^»i^c; ^:::^^:^^^^^^ '•'-"' "A Better Materials THE LUMBER BUSINESS MUST WORK HAND IN HAND WITH THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY FOR MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY. WE NOW HAVE THE PERFECT SET-UP TO GIVE YOU EVERY BENEFIT OF THIS EFFICIENCY. 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